Tuesday, August 17, 2004

I made Braciole for the second time in a few months recently. It was pretty tasty. Sorry no picture. My co-worker says she has a different version for me to try. Mmmmm.

Niel was able to download episode one of Season 5 of The Sopranos. It was good to see & thoughtful of him. I am going to miss that show. But as Niel said the Joey show will combine my love of Friends and The Sopranos into one. I hope so.

I am currently reading an advanced copy of Peter & The Starcatchers. It is an excellent book for adults and children. I was impressed with the way the authors put together history with fantasy and gave a perspective to what Peter's life was like before Neverland (the place).

There is some BBA World Championship happening on the first floor of my building where the WWE store used to be. It's like a whole different world. I am feel so out of touch sometimes.

I just have to say how much I enjoy being married. I can't imagine being married to anyone else in the world and before Niel I really couldn't see myself as married. There is a long tangent coming up. I just thought for the longest time that I had to (no if and or buts about it) marry someone of my own culture and if I did not I would fall into a large whole and die. The idea of marrying an Armenian man scared the bejuses out of me. I am not saying that all Armenian men are shit, but most of the ones I have had the displeasure of encountering that weren't either my dad or brother (and even then I have stories I could tell but won't) have been complete lunatics. Anyway getting back to Niel, living with him and being part of his life has been wonderful. He makes me laugh all the freaking time and not to say that our relationship does not have the occasional bumpiness, but for 99%of the time it is pure joy. He supports me in whatever I do. Except for the occasional rant of "I am gonna kill name excluded". And visa versa. He has a willingness to try new things and love me for the wacky me that I am. I have never felt such pure emotion. And it is scary. Scary because it could be gone anytime. With those thoughts I want to say how much I appreciate this gift I have been given, of a toothy grinning wonderful man. I know its not even our anniversary or anything so sorry to embarrass you honey.

My Ebay sale is ending tomorrow so if you are interested in buying something I would appreciate it. The items are inexpensive and I need to get rid of things I have no intention of ever using, but do appreciate receiving.

7 comments:

niel said...

I am a wonderful man aren't I.

foodiechickie said...

:)

Giao said...

I think that was a really, really sweet post. And no need for anniversary or birthday or anything. That's the point! You love him always. Hooray for love! (And I totally understand the fear of loss you're talking about ~ I had an awful loss nightmare a few weekends back and was so relieved to wake and find my hubby asleep next to me, which you know is kind of rare since he travels all the time).

foodiechickie said...

Thank you Giao and for the understand. Traveling hubbies are diffcult little or long.

curlygirl said...

That is such a sweet post that you wrote about your husband : )

foodiechickie said...

Thanks Irah!

Anonymous said...

I was a tad bit perturbed by your reference to Armenian men ( at least most of them) being somewhat lunatic. I am Trinidadian by ethnicity and Canadian by nationality and I am currently dating a 100% Armenian man straight from Armenia. Lunatic...perhaps, but can you please elaborate??! I have been searching trying to understand more about the Armenian culture in hopes of understanding him and why he does some of the things he does. What is up with Armenian men?? He says he loves me but I see it sometimes and not others. And he is hardly ever in town...travels like a fiend. Includes me in some things he does and not in others. I just don't understand.